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Amberfield

Amberfield

Falling Waters, WV
Golf Course Community: No
New Construction: Yes

Discover the Amberfield Neighborhood

Amberfield is located in friendly Falling Waters, WV just around the corner from Williamsport Pike and I-81. Not only is this newer subdivision close to local shops and businesses, it's close to three major airports and highways around the Eastern Panhandle.

Neighborhood Amenities

  • cul-de-sac streets

  • public water, private septic>/p>

  • homes with 1+ acre lots

Nearby Amenities

  • TJ's Place
  • Emmy Lou's Cafe

  • Food Lion grocery store

  • Falling Waters Indoor Flea Market

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Whether you're just curious about your home's value or you're eager to sell, we'll use our knowledge of recent sales in Amberfield to price your home right. Tell us about your home to get started.

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Rural Charm, City Conveniences

Amberfield homeowners enjoy the best of both worlds. While seemingly secluded (thanks to one-acre lots and wide-open spaces), Amberfield is mere minutes from I-81, which gives travelers quick access to all the amenities of WV's Eastern Panhandle.

Shopping & Dining

Recreation

Local Transit

  • Marc commuter trains and Amtrak, just 20 minutes away in Martinsburg
  • Compare local commutes here to learn more about the area.

Contact the Falling Waters Real Estate Experts

Whether you're thinking about moving to Falling Waters or have been a resident for a long time, our agents at Kable Team Realty can provide you with all the local real estate information you need. Connect with us and let's talk about your plans.

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